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Duration: CME/CE Points: Author(s):
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CME : 0.5
MOC : 0.5
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Mendelian Randomization: How the Natural Assortment of Genes Can Mimic Randomized Clinical Trials is organized by American Medical Association (AMA).

Recorded Date: Nov 21, 2017
End Date: Nov 21, 2020

Duration:
Clinical Review Audio 29 min 34 sec

Accreditation:
MOC/CME Information: 0.5 Credit CME

Description:
The best evidence for proving cause-and-effect comes from randomized clinical trials. However, they are expensive and difficult to perform. The natural assortment of gene variants at birth can mimic randomization in some circumstances and yield important clinical information that can help physicians better care for their patients.

Educational Objective:
•  To understand how mendelian randomization works and can be used to explain clinical outcomes.

Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.

Target Audience

Genetics

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